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Data Report for John Bedini's Simplified 'School Girl' Motor and Battery Energizer
Most data is being published under the individual replications pages.
See also the Replications index page.
- SDA Exp. 21: Thought I had it, but not yet - Solid state charge works better than rotational charge at the same charging current. For the spinning rotor scenario, I implemented most of John Bedini's recent suggestions. Neither test reveals over unity, though the solid state test looked at first like it was going to. 17 pp of data posted. (Dec. 29 - Jan. 3)
- SDA Exp 18: Battery Load Test: Control v. Bank - Output was ~85% of input. The difference can be ascribed to what is required to keep the motor wheel in motion. (Dec. 20-23)
- SDA Exp13: Continuous Rotation of Conditioned Batteries - Rotating ten 6V batteries connected 2x 6v into five quasi 12-Vs, taking turns on input side. Running from Nov. 22 to 27, 2004, the average voltage level of the set gradually dropped from 6.598 to 6.413.
- Gerhard Flemming reports 4-battery rotation results - 12v that have been supercharged, rotated one at a time through the front end (input) show a gradual collective decline in charge over time. [Note, Peter/John recommended 5, four for the back side.]
- SDA Exp 12: Same Charge Current with Three Different Input Scenarios Shows Uniform Charging Speed - Each schenario delivered 0.040 amps +/- .001 to the receiving battery. One scenario entailed the wheel rotating at nearly twice the speed as another scenario. A third scenario entailed a large variation in the gap between the wheel and the coil. Battery charged a nominally the same rate each time.
- SDA Exp. 11: Influence of Gap Between Wheel and Coil (Nov. 15,16 data)
- SDA Exp 10.4 Standing Discharge Rates - Batteries longest on the Bedini Circuit discharged significantly more slowly at first, but then after a day discharged to a lower voltage than those batteries that are more recent to the circuit and lower than one that was damaged early on, and dropped rapidly at first.
- SDA Exp. 10.2: Ohms v Amps v RPM and Multiple Stable Rotation Curves - data shows several regions in which two stable rotation speeds are obtained at the same resistance in the Bedini SG circuit. Looking for ideal resistance for running the motor-energizer.
- SDA Exp. 9: Charging with "Zero Current" - Resistor set to 20.8k ohms where the input current is 0.00_ amps, and the output current is theoretically zero as determined by extrapolation of a linear curve drawn from data taken at 0.035, 0.025, 0.015, and 0.005 amps output. Results show no change in battery. (Oct. 29 through Nov. 3, 2004)
- SDA Exp. 8 -- Hitting all batteries with a calibrated discharge device to characterize their state of charge - Using West Mountain Radio Computerized Battery Analyzer (CBA) from PowerWerx.com. (Oct. 26, 2004)
- SDA Exp. 6: Solid State characterization & charging - Experiment to (1) determine the window where solid state (no wheel rotation, but circuit activation by resonance) can take place; (2) supercharge more batteries, seeking optimal solid state charge profile in process. (Oct. 22,23, 2004)
- Page 2: Charts from Experiment 6 Graphing ohms versus amps. Includes discovery of "zero charge" output point.
- SDA Exp. 5: Solid State Resonant Effect Accidentally Discovered - Found in process of running an experiement on various resistances versus amps and rpm. (Oct. 19, 2004)
- Batteries "see" each other, even though not in parallel - Multiple batteries being charged at the same time tend toward the same voltage. Input voltage seen by the output batteries. Input batteries upon rotation recoil to an extrapolated line.
- SDA Exp. 1 -- Switching input and output batteries - Test ran for 100 hours using the same two 6V batteries then was terminated as batteries were too low to continue. (Oct. 9-12, 2004)
- SDA Exp. 0: RPMs v Amps - shows a linear relationship between rpm and amps. Double speed of rotor = double amps being drawn from battery (note that this worked because the battery being used was weak enough to not sustain its natural rpm). (Oct. 9, 2004)
- Bedini SG Effects on Batteries - Index proposes and reports experiments performed on all battery types, chargeable and "non-chargeable."
- School Girl motor has to be kick-started. (Other Bedini circuit designs are self-starting; his designs also include solid state iterations.)
- Increased load on motor draws less amperage from the input battery.
- The device is not a torque-producing motor but readily runs down when extra load is added.
- Claim (not proven [actually disproven by the numerous tests run in this project]): the output radiant energy is not picked up by regular instrumentation in the form of increased output current, but the increased charge in the battery does signal the existence of the energy.
- (not documented)The magnet strength is essentially irrelevant to producing the radiant effect in the coil.
- (claim, not proven that I know of) Radiant energy does not require conducting materials to flow, but can travel outside the plastic sheath of conduit.
- Replications - Listing of people who are in process of replicating or who have successfully replicated the device. An index page for each investigator, and a page for each device, with sub-pages for data reports.
- Video of Sterling Allan's replication, with audio explanation (1 Mb avi) - shows motor running, general layout.
- Video of Susan Carter with her replication of Bedini's motor - Shows start-up, running, neon bulb flickering.
- Bendini School Girl Motor.avi Click here to view Gerhard Flemming's Replication] (789 kb avi format) - shows motor turning.
Listing of locations where someone might physically go to see a device in operation. (Though it might be easier to just build one yourself.)
- Sterling Allan's place in Ephraim, UT.
- Data Reports from Previous "School Girl" Design
- Recommended Instrumentation
- Research Questions
- Design Variations